Question about NAD T754 Receiver
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same amp. You have to have the same input as you do output for video...ie: s-video in/s-video out, composite video in/composite video out. I know it sucks but thats how NAD designed it.
Posted on May 07, 2009
With the NAD model that you have and its lack of component or HMDI switching, the only way is to connect your system, sort of, backwards.
The only way to do it is to connect your digital cable box and blueray player directly to the tv, then the audio output from the tv to one of the video inputs on the NAD. The NAD has digital coaxial and toslink inputs so if your tv has one of them as an output, that would give you the best sound to the NAD. If your tv does not have either of those outputs, then you will be limited to the composite outputs (red and white) but that will still give you good sound.
Also, depending on the digital output to input configuration, you could possible find a converter online.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have an NAD T755.
Hi - Not a flash of brilliance I know, but have you switched physically the HDMI cables between the PS3 and STB before connecting to the NAD?
Also - You might try (if you have them) a set of component cables from the STB to the receiver to try and see if the cable box may be having having difficulty with your NAD.
If you can let me know the results of cables switching I'd appreciate it. On a personal note I both love and hate HDMI, having had similar problems 8^)
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
SOURCE: Have a HD cable set-top
If this is your system;
It has two "digital optical" inputs for sound. The video doesn't need to pass through the receiver so, your HD components, box and Bluray player, should hook to TV directly then, providing your TV has digital optical out, you could run your audio out of the TV from a digital optical out, to receiver. This would allow you to select your video through your TV's menu and the sound would come through the receiver through the one input. You can pass your video through the receiver but, it doesn't have the best outputs to handle it. You also may notice lags beteween the audio and video if you go this route.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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